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(jr stone) now at ten.... shocking allegations against a north bay county official... longtime marin chief deputy coroner darrell harris... accused of molesting a young girl...(jr stone) good evening and thanks for joining us... i'm j-r stone..(justine) and i'm justine waldman... police say the molestation allegations happened for nearly 10 years.... kron 4's hermela aregawi is live at the sheriff's office where he worked in san rafael... hermela, how did these allegations come to light? (hermela aregawi)the suspect lives here in san rafafel worked here at marin county sheriff's department. yesterday, sheriff robert doyle described him as an exemplary employee.his employment status is unclear at this time. but he is facing
some heavy charges - the heaviest of which is the continuous sexual abuse of a child under 14 years old. tonight - darrell harris is in humboldt county jail.after being arrested in eureka thursday.the 40 something year old could face up to 6 years in prison if he's convicted of sexually abusing a child between 2008-and 2011.harris is facing several other chrages which include lewd acts and oral sex with a minor 14-17 years of age between 2011 and 2015.and a misdemeanor charge of sexual battery involved the same victim.the deputy coroner was working in the marin county sheriff's department at the time.we reached out to the department.in a statement, they say:"we are deeply saddened and troubled by mr. harris' arrest. we will be initiating an internal review of this matter as well.our thoughts are with the victim during this difficult time." now because harris worked there, the santa rosa police
department will be doing the investigation to avoid conflic tof interest. (hermela aregawi)darrell harris will be arraigend tomorrow.reporting live in san rafael, hermela aregawi, kron 4 news. (jr stone) another big story we are following tonight... a shoot out between police and a gunman in san jose... it happened ealier this morning and luckily..nobody got hurt... but it's the third time in the past week that officers there have had to fire their weapons. kron four's spencer blake explains how it all started, from the scene of the shooting. "this was the scene on tully road sunday morning and into the afternoon as police used cones and tape, blocking people off from their investigation into an officer- involved shootout."(pkg)the first calls about a suspicious man with a handgun came into police just before eight a-m. "as officers arrived on scene and began giving the suspect commands, the suspect pulled out a 45-caliber pistol and fired at the direction of the
officers."one of the san jose police officers on scene shot back."i see like only two shots over here - boom boom." then the suspect took off, running towards hometown eastridge mobile home park. police say he jumped a fence and hid.a man who lives there was blocked from getting home while police but he managed to snap this photo of the suspect on his knees with his hands up."no injuries were reported."plenty of passersby stopped on the street to see what was happening while the street was closed."i came out of our apartment - our apartment is just beside big 5 - and then they police interviewed us, whether we heard something."the shooting follows wednesday night's incident where san jose police shot and killed a man suspected of killing his girlfriend's willow glen neighborhood.the night before that, police shot and killed a man who they say came charging at an officer with two kitchen knives raised."the continued violence toward law enforcement officers is also equally appalling. we're very lucky we did not lose an officer today."as it turns out, the gun the suspect used
sunday was stolen in a 2013 burglary, though he is not a suspect in that case.the man has been booked into the santa clara county jail, and will face three counts of attempted murder of a police officer.in san jose, spencer blake, kron four news. lawrence karnow: what a beautiful sunday. it was a little breezy at times near the coast but otherwise there was plenty of sunshine and warmer weather. highs climbed into the mid to upper 70s at the warmes inland locations with cooler 60s at the coast. we had a few more showers in the sierra and more snow across the higher peaks. southern california continues to see more showers. but the weather looks nice here this evening. it's a little breezy in spots but clear. it should
stay mostly clear tonight but we could see a few patches of fog near the coast. warmer weather is on the way. we'll tell you more about that coming up. new at 10. there will be continued flaring at the valero benicia refinery throughout the process of safely restoring the operations of the facility. valero has advised the city that they are switcing the
flaring from the south flare to the north flare. the purpose of the switch is to allow crews time to fully inspect the south flare. it all started with a power outage at the refinery friday morning that led to flaring which released massive plumes of thick black smokes into the air... prompting an evacuation in the area. the flaring also closed interstate 680. (jr stone) another big story we're tracking. police say an off-duty uber driver was abducted at gunpoint in san francisco...and forced to drive to richmond. the driver told authorities he was not working while in the city... when a man and a woman got into his car and demanded a ride. the man allegedly had a gun and the woman held a knife. police say the duo then forced the driver to cross the bay bridge and take them to richmond. they also made him stop at an a-t-m and take out cash. the suspects involved have not been caught tonight. (jr stone) history made in france today. after a
area around the louvre museum in paris-- for a massive rally to cheer his victory. his campaign was based on promises to revive the country through radical pro-business measures and pro-european policies. le pen's supporters are now focusing on future elections. guillaume florquin/ le pen supportermaybe marine le pen will be come the first prime ministernats after his victory speech, macron took the hand of his wife, brigitte trogneux. he said tonight "france won" and vowed to defend the country and europe natspresident trump took to twitter writing this about the election..."congratulations to emmanuel macron on his big win today as the next president of france. i look very much forward to working with him!" (jrs stone) back here in the bay area... the french community gathered at a san francisco cafe to watch their presidential election results
live. (justine) when macron was announced the winner cheers were heard throughout the place. kron 4's ella sogomonian was there... she joins us live in our newsroom now. there is a lot of excitement tonight over macron's win which came by a landslide but there are skeptics that say neither candidate seemed promising. first a deafening silence then an uproar from an ecstatic crowd at the cafe bastille in san francisco (nats: cheers) as they heard the results of the french presidential election.olivier azancot, bastille cafe owner "so it was joyous it was celebratory. people were jumping up left and right celebrating what france stands for, liberty, equality, fertility."the annoucement was made at 11 this morning that emmanual macron emerged victorious from a tense campaign trail in which he was left up against nationalist marine le pen. nicolas edwards, french citizen"it was a relief for me i called my family and it was a relief for them as well."but there were also french citizens who were
unhappy with either contender from the start.sabine lenbert, french citizen"i was displeased with both of them yes. it's sad that that's what you could end up with." unconvinced that le pen or macron would be the best choice for france."well i saw macron was a socialist pretending not to be. and i saw madame le pen has very strange economic series." displeased nearly 9% instead chose not to vote for either one filling in blank ballots. reaund dennis, french citizen "in this election there was a lot of deception a lot of people didn't vote for both candidates in the last round. a lot of people thought okay my candidate is not going to the second round i'm not going to vote."in all macron won by a large margin taking in 66% of the votes. those opposing le pen saying she was radical in her nationalistic views. "after seeing what happened in great britain and in america we were worried the country would turn into themselves
first."a reflection that most in the country are enthusiastic to welcome macron as a leader open to immigration who promises to keep the european union intact. another big draw for french voters they tell me is that macron has never held office. he instead comes from a banking background. they're excited by this fresh blood as they said to enter the political realm. live in the newsroom ella sogomonian kron 4 news. (jr stone) tonight an update on the health of warriors coach steve kerr who is out indefinately right now with back problems. warriors general manager bob myers spoke about kerr today at practice. saying that this past friday kerr had a procedure done at duke university down in north carolina. his spine was drained in hopes that it will alleviate the health issues that have forced him to take a temporary leave of absence from the team. this is similar to procedures that he has had in the past. kerr had back surgery about two years ago and has been dealing with complications since that time. here is general manager bob myers.
even the doctors aren't entirely sure on recovery time that is why we have been indefinite on everything we don't know but the procedure went well as far as we know. now it is a case of how it takes and when he might or may not be back. the good news is he's on the path to recovery. (jr stone)in kerr's absence mike brown is acting head coach. (jr stone) coming up on kron4 news at ten... we're seeing snow - in may - in south lake tahoe. find out why the fresh powder is causing major concerns for the area...(justine) plus... a hiker breaks her ankle while on an east bay trail and gets airlifted to safety... and the rescue was all caught on camera...(jr stone) and after the break...a gruesome discovery near a popular children's restaurant in the east bay... what people found that has parents concerned... yes, the toyota mirai runs on hydrogen.
yes, the fuel is complimentary for up to three years. yes, it has an epa-estimated range of 312 miles. yes, you will probably have to answer lots of silly questions from strangers. yes, this is a mind-blowing marvel of technology. and, yes, you can buy it today- because the future doesn't start next week, next month or next year... the future starts now. in the hydrogen-fueled toyota mirai. (justine) in the east
bay... a body was discovered outside a popular chuckie cheese restaurant in concord. kron-4s avery harper tells us more about the investigation into the mysterious death. a man was found dead this morning near a chuck e. cheese in concord, according to police. police said officers responded to willow pass between gateway
boulevard and market street around 9 a.m. on reports of a man that appeared to be deceased. upon arrival, officers found the mans body in some bushes, and confirmed he was dead. detectives were called to the scene immediately to investigate. police said the mans identity is not being released at this time, and the cause of death was not yet known. (jr stone) the highly publicized murder trial in the sierra lamar case could come to an end this week in the south bay. you may remember sierra lamar went missing back in march of 2012. her body has never been found but 26 year old antolin garcia-
torres is charged with her murder and faces death or life in prison. the jury deliberations will resume tomorrow in a trial that has lasted more than 13 weeks. i think this jury deliberation could take a long time because each piece of evidence has been scrutinized by experts and the jury is now going to have to evaluate that evidence. (jr stone) the defense argues this is a missing persons or runaway case. the prosecution says lamar's dna was found on a pair of work gloves and rope in garcia- torres's trunk. sierra's clothes were also recovered in a field. they had garcia-torre's dna on them as well. (justine) in yosemite national park. park rangers have sent out a misisng person alert for a young man. alexander joseph sevier was last seen in housekeeping camp on may first. the 24-year-old is described as a five-six, weighing around 130 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.
park rangers say alexander may have taken day hikes out of yosemite valley. (justine) new viewo now at 10. a hiker who broke her ankle on a remote mount diablo trail was airlifted to safety and taken to a hospital. the call for the chopper came saturday afternoon. once at the scene rescue crews say the female hiker was on the ground and not moving. authorities did not say how she injured herslef, but that the trail was steep and terrain was unstable. the victim is expected to make a full recovery. (jr stone) get this...snow- in may...in south lake tahoe.(justine) it's great news for skiiers and snowboarders looking for that fresh powder... but just alright for pepole ready for summer weather. in total a couple of inches of snow came
down this weekend... but the fear of melting snow... prompted a flood warning to local rivers and creeks in the tahoe area. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist lawrence karnow. lawrence karnow: what a beautiful sunday. it was a little breezy at times near the coast but otherwise there was plenty of sunshine and warmer weather. highs climbed into the mid to upper 70s at the warmes inland locations with cooler 60s at the coast. we had a few more showers in the sierra and more snow across the higher peaks. southern california continues
to see more showers. low pressure is spinning in a few more showers there now. dryer weather should return to most of southern california tomorrow. you can see high pressure just off the coast on our satellite image. it will slowly build over the west coast the next few days. where we had 70s today, they will likely be in the 80s over the next couple of days. it doen't look like record heat but it will be warmer through tuesday. we'll notice a jump in temperatures tomorrow under mostly sunny skies. highs in many of the valleys will move into the low 80s. inside the bay we'll see highs mainly in the 70s but near 80 in the santa clara valley. there may
be a few patches of fog near the coast but that should also give way to sunshine and highs in the 60s. over the next 7 days we can expect a variety of weather. it will be warmer through tuesday. a few more clouds and cooler temperatures return on wednesday. there's even a slight chance of showers in the north bay on thursday. and breezy and partly cloudy skies will take us into mother's day weekend.
(justine) new at ten... today, texas governer greg abbott signed a bill that will ban sanctuary cities in his state. abbott says his goal is to keep dangerous criminals off the streets. according to the bill-- local government and law enforcement can be fined up to 25-thousand- dollars if the law is violated. law enforcement officials face an additional misdemeanor charge and government officials can be removed from office. the measure banning sanctuary cities in texas goes into effect on goes into cities in texas goes
into effect on september first. a federal court in san francisco blocked president trump executive order intended to crack down on sanctuary cities. (jr stone) in nigeria... government officials say 82 chibok schoolgirls... who were kidnapped by boko haram more than three years ago... are now free. negotiations with boko haram terrorists resulted in the girls' release. this is new video we received today. 276 schoolgirls were kidnapped from borno state back in 20-14. they were transported to the capital of abuja for medical checks, and reunited with their families. dozens managed to escape... but more than one hundred are still missing. (justine) north korea has detained another american on suspicion of acts against the pyongyang regime. this is now the fourth american detained... pyongyang says kim hak-song is suspected of hostile acts against the government. the regime described him as a man who was
doing business in relation to the operation of pyongyang university of science and technology. the american was detained yesterday...but there's no word on what his alleged crime is. (jr stone) still ahead... the healthcare bill may have cleared the house.. but now faces a hurdle in the senate. we'll explain what changes lawmakers are likely to make. (justine) and after the break...our indepth series continues on the secrets to viral videos... tonight -- how to turn views into cash. who are these people?
the environmentally aware. the ones with their eyes on the sky and our air. they say our climate's in need of repair. why do they worry? why do they care? the energy conscious people among us say small actions could add up to something... humongous. a little thing here a little thing there starts to feel like a badge maybe millions can wear. limiting showers to only five minutes. turning off lights in a room unless they're in it. air filter changing, solar installing unplugging, dial-turning, thermostat-lowering off-peak-time users all joining forces. to help get our power from renewable sources. who are all these caretakers, advocates too?
the celebrated lead-by-example crew. turns out, it's californians it's me and it's you. (and yeah, it's him too) don't stop now, it's easy to add to the routine. join energy upgrade california and do your thing. (jr stone) now at 10:30... everyday tens of thousands of people are uploading their videos online... but only a few are maknig money.(justine) last night here on kron 4 news at ten.... tech reporter gabe slate showed us what it takes to create a video that could go viral. tonight: he shows us how that video can turn into cash.
says: it depends on the contract you sign but on average this is the breakdown on their websites they walk you through how to upload your video for consideration. junkin media is one of those agencies. they told me they watch around 85,000 videos a month. besides the videos sent into them they have 50 full time employees and a computer software program, scouring the web every day looking for that next viral hit they said it's like looking for diamonds in the rough. for every 5,000 videos they watch they will make an offer on 50. junkin said depending on the quality of the video and the rarity of the content, the videos they represent will make anywhere from $50 up to $10,000.
gaurano/viral video maker says: after the uber puppy video jonathan went on to make a dozen more viral videos so he has had a lot of experience with agencies he said jukin media, storyful and break are reputable ones worth considering. jonathan also advises to negotiate the percentage and shop around to make sure you're getting the best deal.. don't underestimate the value of a viral video.. every cick is worth cash in san francisco gabe slate kron 4 news. (justine) if you missed last night's story on the "secrets" to making a viral video -- we have it posted on our website kron4-dot-com. and you can also see more of gabe's tech reports... on our website as well. (jr stone) in tonight's newscheck around the bay... the barge that sunk near yerba buena island .. is now upright. according to coastguard officials-- "vengeance" is still under the water near the transbay
tube... overnight the coastguard successfully turned the barge. and divers have plugged all the oil leaks. now teams will create a plan to make the barge float again. coastguard officials say it is not harming the under water train track. winds may have knocked the barge over last month. (jr stone) tonight, we're following yet another attack on the stanford university campus. this comes just less than 24 hours after we told you about an attempted burglary at a stanford university freshman dorm yesterday.. and prior to that police have investigated a sexual battery and indecent exposure case. this latest one happening just before one in the morning on the east side of campus. police say the suspect was being escorted out a party at a student residence when he punched the victim. the suspect then ran away. the victim had minor injuries. the suspect was last seen wearing a red and white cleveland cavaliers jersey. (justine) in pacifica.
in a sign of the times..,,after 33 years of business a popular movie rental shop is closing it's doors tonight. its a wrap... for "nickelodean entertainment" located on manor drive. the shop carried a full selection of movies and television shows, plus posters and collectables. and everything in the store was on sale this week. "nickelodean entertainment" ...was the last movie rental shop in pacifica. (justine) a concord police officer and his k-9 partner were inside their patrol car early saturday morning when they were hit by a car. according to concord police-- the officer was invesigating a crash around when he heard a pick-up truck speeding his way. the officer jumped inside his partol car-- where the k-9 was waiting-- in attempts to move it. the police officer was not able to get out of the way in time and the truck smashed into the patrol car. the officer and k-9 were transported to the hospital
with minor injuries. the suspect was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. (jrstone) the house narrowly passed legislation to overhaul the affordable care act... now it's on its way to the senate. house speaker paul ryan insists the bill passed by the house provides the best coverage... reporter david daniel explains how others think it will be 'dead on arrival' once it reaches the senate. health and human services secretary, dr. tom price made his rounds on the sunday talk show circuit defending the new g-o-p backed health care plan. tom price: "it may not help the government, it may not help insurance companies, but it's a huge benefits to patients."the house handed the president a major win in congress on thursday, with a narrow victory to start repealing and replacing obamacare. "the yea are 217 and the nays are 213. the bill is passed."the legislation may have cleared the house.. but it is unlikely to receive a warm reception in its next stop: the senate. "the senate will write its own bill."
whether the senate starts from scratch with its own bill, or works with the version approved in the house, one thing is clear: republicans need at least 50 of their 52 senators on board if their legislation is to pass.despite that, president trump remains hopeful.trump: "we're going to get this passed through the senate. i feel so confident." some critics of the healthcare plan say its proposed cuts to medicaid funding go against the president's own words on the campaign.trump: "save medicare, medicaid and social security without cuts. have to do it."price answered those criticisms saying the current medicaid program has problems... but that the new health care bill aims to fix them.tom price / secretary of health & human services: "what we're fashioning is a system that would allow their states to tailor their medicaid program to those specific individuals, thereby, saving money - yes, but also making it so that they have a higher level of quality of care currently do."reporting. (justine) happening tomorrow... teachers,
parents and students will be protesting against the closure of oakland unified school district's reading clinic. according to teachers and administrators-- district plans to close the "special education reading clinic" at the end of this year. the clinic offers students one- on-one tutoring with reading specialists. teachers, students and parents will meet at cole school on union and tenth streets at five p-m tomorrow. (jrstone) the controversial netflix show about the suicide of a high school girl has been renewed for a second season. the streaming service announced today it has pick up the hit show "13 reasons why" for another season. the controversial drama has been criticized for glorifying suicide... and has prompted schools across the nation-including the bay area- to notify parents about the show and it's grafic nature. the series is produced by singer-actor selena gomez and is based on jay asher's young adult best-seller. season two will debut next year. (justine) still ahead...
(justine) as the weather heats up, you might be tempted to jump in the car and drive to the coast to chill out.(jr stone) tonight on dine and dish - our vicki liviakis does just that.. and takes us to the oyster farm. when you spot a hog shack at the farm - you might be surprised to see - not hogs, but oysters.(oyster shucker) and how many are we shucking at one time in your group? uh, at least two. this is hog island oyster farm in marshall - along the marin coastline. people come here for the views. and a shucking good time.(vicki and visiter) you're going all the work! yup but they don't
know how much i'm eating see. oh! the boat oyster bar serves up raw and bbq bi- valves plus cheese and beverages of your choice. grab your friends - dogs too - for a shuck-your-own oyster picnic right next to the oyster beds where they grow. (oyster caretaker) you just get a nice clean cold crisp oyster. right from the source? exactly.(hog island oyster co-owner) direct from the source something like this here where you right next to where they're coming from it's a whole other realm. you can book a bbq here and grill your own oysters and whatever else floats your boat. (oyster shucker) you shuck it right. you shuck it right. hogwash and oyster shucking lessons included. but you've got to make a reservation.(visitor) reservation and we just came out. worth it? it is definitely worth it. beautiful. you can't get any closer to the source, no. without one - you can make your way up the road to nicks cove - and order up a bottle of wine and some snacks at the boathouse.(tourist) we love coming here on the weekend and it's so nice it's not everyday you can eat on the water. and watch the hearty boat crews as you and
your best friend - belly up to a pot belly stove. in marshall, vicki liviakis kron 4 news. (justine) coming up... a good samaritan rescues bald eagle and it was all caught on camera. that video next... (lawrence: warm weather coming our way)(jr stone) i no longer live with the uncertainties of hep c. wondering, what if? i let go of all those feelings. because i am cured with harvoni. harvoni is a revolutionary treatment for the most common type of chronic hepatitis c. it's been prescribed to more than a quarter million people. and is proven to cure up to
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down onto the roadway in front of them. rotario got out of the car and carefully approached what turned out to be an injured bald eagle. he moved the bird out of the road way and got it some water. the woman who was driving the car in front of them called a wildlife agency. the agency says the eagle is being treated for its injurys... no word on how bad those injuries are. (justine) firefighters are battling a wildfire in a wilderness park in florida. the fire has burned over two-thousand acres in starkey wilderness park, 35-miles north of tampa. crews say the fire was just five acres yesterday. they blame 20-mile per hour winds yesterday for the quickly growing flames. fire crews called for a voluntary evacuation order in the area. calmer winds are preventing the flames from spreading tonight, but experts warn that could change. (sot) "tomorrow the weather could actually be worse, with lower humidity and higher winds gusts. it just gets rolling, it gets to be a freight train
rolling. you can't cancel that train if it gets going." the wildfire is now about 50-percent contained. the flames have damaged several buildings in the park. (jrstone) canada is experiencing record breaking flooding... waters have seeped into hundreds of buildings in quebec-- forcing families to abandon their homes... the waters continue to rise as emergency crews work to protect homes and buildings... workers are piling up sandbags and hoping to protect parts of the city that aren't alread submerged in the water. officials say water levels are expected to peak today or tomorrow. the overwhelming flooding in the area is being called the worst flooding in 55 years. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist lawrence karnow.
lawrence karnow: what a beautiful sunday. it was a little breezy at times near the coast but otherwise there was plenty of sunshine and warmer weather. highs climbed into the mid to upper 70s at the warmes inland locations with cooler 60s at the coast. we had a few more showers in the sierra and more snow across the higher peaks. southern california continues to see more showers. low pressure is spinning in a few more showers there now. dryer weather should return to most of southern california tomorrow. you can see high pressure just off the coast on our satellite image. it will slowly build over the west coast the next few days. where
we had 70s today, they will likely be in the 80s over the next couple of days. it doen't look like record heat but it will be warmer through tuesday. we'll notice a jump in temperatures tomorrow under mostly sunny skies. highs in many of the valleys will move into the low 80s. inside the bay we'll see highs mainly in the 70s but near 80 in the santa clara valley. there may be a few patches of fog near the coast but that should also give way to sunshine and highs in the 60s. over the next 7 days we can expect a variety
steve kerr underwent a back procedure friday at duke university medical center in an effort to correct the discomfort that has sidelined him for most of the nba playoffs. kerr has been suffering from the effects of fluid leaking from his spinal cord since last season. as of now, he is out indefinately. general manager bob myers talked about the procedure today... but couldn't offer much in terms of if and when kerr will be back. "he was at duke. he had a procedure done friday. it's hard to answer some of this because even the doctors aren't entirely sure of recovery time, and that's why we've been a little bit indefinite about everything,
we dont know. but the procedure went well as far as we know, and now it's a case of how it takes and when or when not he might be back. the good news is it's on the path to recovery, but i wish i could be more definitive." the giants were trying to leave cincinnati with a least a win over the reds. a big task for johnny cueto... after the giants allowed 27 runs over the last two games. in the fifth -- cueto gets rocked for the second time in the game... zack cozart hits a solo shot down left to give the reds a 4-nothing lead. cueto eventually settled down... he finsihed his afternoon with ten strikeouts in seven innings. a big reason why the giants struggled offensively was because of former burlingame panther scott feldman. he only allowed four hits and struck out five. he shutouts the giants and throws a complete game for the first time since 2014 cincinnati wins 4-0 and sweeps san
francisco(wipe to a's) over at the coliseum it was little league day... these young a's fans a bit too excited the green and gold were hoping to take two out of three against the tigers we pick this one up in the fourth -- yonder alonso rips a two-run home run... the a's go up 4-1... it seemed this was going to be all a's but in the sixth -- the they blew their second lead of the game... a go-ahead 2-run jack... tigers go up 6-5 but just like last night the a's had a big ninth inning -- jed lowrie brings the tying run... then ryon healy follows it up with walkoff two-run homer a's win 8-6... for the second straight night oakland wins off a walkoff (justine) coming up next... it's being called the world's most unique suspension
there is a new structure... and it's set to be one of the world's most unique suspension bridges.(justine) it is germany's newest suspension bridge .... it is 490 yards long and 114 yards above the ground. it officially opened today... it costs 6 dollars to walk on. and about 80 dollars to swing off it.. into the valley below. (justine) u-c berkeley's has broken
another record... ásevená of its sports teams are receiving recognition from the n-c-double-a for academic excellence. the teams being recognized are women's golf, women's gymnastics, women's lacrosse... men's and women's tennis, women's volleyball and men's water polo. this is the eighth year in a row the men's tennis team has been recognized... the seventh year in a row for the women's tennis team. according to university officials... the seven teams were in the top ten percent of all teams in each sport. ((jr stone)) much more news coming up at the top of the hour. another police shootout in the south bay... details on how it all started... ((justine)) that...and all the big news stories of the day and your forecast, in half the time... on kron4 news at eleven.
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a shoot out between police and a gunman in san jose... i'm jr stone. (( justine@bam)) and i'm justine waldman... in this case..nobody got hurt... but it's the third time in the past week that officers there have had to fire their weapons. kron four's spencer blake explains how it all started, from the scene of the shooting. "this was the scene on tully road sunday morning and into the afternoon as police used cones and tape, blocking people off from their investigation into an officer- involved shootout."(pkg)the first calls about a suspicious man with a handgun came into police just before eight a-m. "as officers arrived on scene and began giving the suspect commands, the suspect pulled out a 45-caliber pistol and fired at the direction of the officers."one of the san jose police officers on scene shot back."i see like only two shots over here - boom boom." then the suspect took off,